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Gallery Manager:
Lynn Batten, 402-334-6564

Contact Us or please download the application for Gallery Exhibition.
September/ Omaha Jewish Artist Showcase

From historical and educational exhibits to beautiful displays of local, national, and international art, the Jewish Community Center Gallery host a wide array of content. Located just next to the JCC Theater, the Gallery provides individuals an excellent opportunity to immerse themselves on culturally enriching exhibitions. Exhibits cycle through on a monthly basis, providing a constant stream of new material. The Jewish Community Center Gallery is open to the public. Admission is free.

Art Gallery Hours

Monday - Thursday.................8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday...................................8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday.................................11:00 am - 5:00 pm

If you have any questions on Gallery hours, please call (402) 334-8200.

Current & upcoming Exhibits

FEBRUARY 1-25  |  Something Old, Something New
Works by the Omaha Artist Association
Omaha Artists Inc. will display a colorful, and eye catching exhibit, where art in several different mediums will be exhibited. Participating artists will exhibit something “old”, (something created over 2 years ago, or something that they have already exhibited) and a new piece.

MARCH | Textiles by LucyJayne

Local artist, LucyJayne presents a collection of small quilts that experiment and play with color and design. Beads and other unexpected elements are often included in the works. The name LucyJayne comes from the artist’s personal history and honors the memory of her grandmother, who taught her the love of sewing.

Art and the Holocaust
Institute for Holocaust Education
The Institute for Holocaust Education will display an exhibit of artwork from local middle school students. More than 800 middle school students from across Omaha studied the Holocaust and participated in the IHE’s visual art project. Selected student pieces will be on display. The artwork is based on coursework from the IHE in which students studied the victims of the
Holocaust and art from that era.

MAY | Student Artwork
Pennie Z. Davis Child Development Center & Friedel Jewish Academy

Students from the Pennie Z. Davis Child Development Center and the Friedel Jewish Academy will display their artwork from the 2016-2017 school year.